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No going back on new citizenship law: Shah

No going back on new citizenship law: Shah

Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday launched a blistering attack on the opposition over the new citizenship law and vowed the government will not take back the legislation.

Eight tourists from Kerala die in Nepal

Eight tourists from Kerala die in Nepal

Eight tourists, including four children, all from Kerala, have died after they were found unconscious in their room at a hill resort in Nepal yesterday, police said.

Trump tears into climate ‘doom’ mongers at Davos

Trump tears into climate ‘doom’ mongers at Davos

US President Donald Trump tore into environmental “prophets of doom” at the Davos forum yesterday, rejecting fiery warnings from teenage campaigner Greta Thunberg and talking up his own record in a counterpoint to impeachment back home.

Sussexes issue warning to media over paparazzi shots

Sussexes issue warning to media over paparazzi shots

Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have issued a warning over harassment by paparazzi photographers after stepping down from their royal duties to start a new life in Canada, a royal source said yesterday.

Key ministers remain in new Russian govt

Key ministers remain in new Russian govt

Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed a new government yesterday, less than a week after he announced sweeping constitutional reforms and his long-time prime minister resigned.

Clinton says ‘nobody likes’ Bernie Sanders

Clinton says ‘nobody likes’ Bernie Sanders

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton has launched a scathing attack on presidential hopeful and 2016 Democratic rival Bernie Sanders, telling a documentary that “nobody likes him”.

Children go missing as migrants clash with Mexican border forces

Children go missing as migrants clash with Mexican border forces

Mexican security forces fired tear gas at rock-hurling Central American migrants who waded across a river into Mexico earlier on Monday, in a chaotic scramble that saw mothers separated from their young children.

Trump trial starts with clash on rules, evidence

Trump trial starts with clash on rules, evidence

US President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial began in earnest in the Senate yesterday, with his chief legal defender attacking the case as baseless and a top Democratic lawmaker describing overwhelming evidence of wrongdoing.

Thai opposition party survives dissolution bid

Thai opposition party survives dissolution bid

A stridently anti-military Thai party survived a first legal attempt to disband it yesterday over alleged sedition – including links to the Illuminati, a secret group conspiracy theorists say is seeking global domination.

Asia steps up checks as China virus kills six, infects over 300

Asia steps up checks as China virus kills six, infects over 300

Asian countries yesterday ramped up measures to block the spread of a new virus as the death toll in China rose to six and the number of cases surpassed 300, raising concerns in the middle of a major holiday travel rush.

Batangas farm offers shelter to pets rescued from exclusion zone

Batangas farm offers shelter to pets rescued from exclusion zone

A small farm in the Philippines’ Batangas province is providing a safe haven for pets rescued from an exclusion zone around an active volcano. Taal began spewing clouds of ash on Jan 12, forcing thousands to flee their homes and abandon their pets.

Experts retain high alert level at erupting volcano

Experts retain high alert level at erupting volcano

Philippine state scientists yesterday retained the high alert level at an erupting volcano despite an apparent decline in its activity, stressing that the danger is not yet over.

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